accommodate with

accommodate (one) with

To fulfill one's needs, often with special consideration after something has gone awry. Thankfully, the hotel was able to accommodate us with a non-smoking room after all. I was told there were no rentals left, but once I mentioned my famous father, the clerk was suddenly able to accommodate me with a luxury car.
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accommodate someone with something

to provide something special for someone; to do something that provides for someone's needs or desires. We will try to accommodate you with an earlier flight.
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The initial association of the duty to accommodate with adverse effects discrimination viewed accommodation as individualized and ad hoc exceptions to general rules, where the general rules were not being questioned.
The McGill Health and Hydro-Quebec cases not only reaffirm the connection between reasonably necessary and the duty to accommodate, they also reiterate the importance of associating the duty to accommodate with the defence of undue hardship.
All Supreme Court of Canada discussions of the duty to accommodate before, during, and since Meiorin have linked the duty to accommodate with the defence of undue hardship.